Afternoon Tea at Biku Tea Lounge Seminyak Bali

Biku Bali
Biku Bali

Biku Tea Lounge is a combination of a tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and bookstore, located just north of Seminyak, Bali.

Biku offers a blend of old world grace and contemporary Bali design. The presentation and polite service will make you feel like royalty. The freshly made scones and sandwiches rival the best top hotel high tea experiences.

The Traditional Afternoon Tea includes tea, scones with jam and cream, finger sandwiches, mini spinach quiche, a selection of sweet treats and finished with strawberries and cream. The tea selection includes the Biku Signature Blend, Masala Chai and Rose tea. For an additional cost a wide range of Limited Edition teas are available. Each tea was served in a tea pot that matched the tea style.

Biku Bali

Strawberries and cream

Afternoon Tea cake stand at Biku

Biku Bali

Biku also offers a Children’s Tea Time Menu with fruit tea, juice, scones, cup cake and peanut butter or ham sandwiches.

Biku blends together the unique combination of a tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and book store in Bali. Inspired by Indonesia’s unique cultures, Biku is an eclectic mix of old Indonesia with a modern touch. Located in Seminyak, Bali, Biku takes on a life of its own in a historic 150-year-old Teak Joglo from East Java. The joglo was once an antique store but has been converted into a restaurant and is now Biku.

This is a beautiful venue that offers a quality high tea experience. The perfect way to end a day of shopping in Seminyak, Bali.

Biku Tea Lounge:

Email

at Jl. Raya Petitenget No. 888 Petitenget

When:

Biku offers Traditional Afternoon Tea during the week and weekends, make sure you book in advance so the high tea table setting is set in advance.

Cost:

Traditional Afternoon Tea Rp 65,000 per person (approx. $10 AUS)

Prices are correct at the time of publishing, but subject to change. Please contact the venue for further details.

Michelle Milton

Director, High Tea SocietyMichelle Milton is a digital communications consultant and entrepreneur. She founded High Tea Society in 2008 after struggling to find high tea venues in Melbourne. Beginning her career in London in the 1990s she was exposed to the evolving digital media industry. Now, she splits her time between helping corporates manage their digital communications and publishing High Tea Society.

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